Since the beginning of the COVID shutdown period, I’ve read 33 business books. Reading is part of my job. I interview a ton of authors on my podcast “Sales Enablement with Andy Paul.” And, unlike most podcast hosts, I pay my guests (and listeners) the respect of actually reading their books, cover to cover, before […]
On Thursday, June 18, Join ringDNA’s CEO Howard Brown, as well as the host of The Sales Enablement Podcast, Andy Paul for their session at the Tenbound Virtual Sales Development Conference. The talk, titled The New Sales Enablement Formula: Empowering SDRs to Ramp Faster and Sell More will feature new data about how to ramp […]
Sales enablement shouldn’t be aimed at the lowest common denominator. If you think the objective of sales enablement is just to enable sellers to sell, then you’re missing the point. I’ve met very few sellers over the past decades who haven’t been enabled to sell. However, for the most part that weren’t enabled to achieve. […]
This can’t-miss online event features Bryan Naas, Director of Sales Enablement at Lessonly, Meganne Brezina, Senior Manager of Sales Enablement at Emarsys, and Scott Logan, Head of Demand Generation at ringDNA. The trio share insights gleaned from years of experience helping sales development reps build healthy pipelines, expanding and developing sales teams, and retaining sales development […]
Call recording is an incredibly valuable tool for sales managers to leverage during sales coaching and training. It allows them to coach large teams at scale by granting them the ability to capture every call and be alerted when a specific situation or rep requires their attention. These calls can be stored in call libraries […]
Sales managers must juggle many responsibilities, but out of all of them, coaching makes the greatest impact on an organization’s bottom line. After all, managers are responsible for the development, inspiration, and growth of their sales teams. None of this is easily accomplished without proper training. Sadly, 18.6 percent of sales organizations provide no training […]
How do you transition from a sales development role to an Account Executive role? This is likely the question of hundreds of SDRs or BDRs who are looking to move their career forward. Many likely have ambitions of becoming a sales leader, manager, or even starting their own business. But, at this stage of the […]
It’s another Monday morning, and you find yourself surrounded by yawning colleagues, open laptops, and Starbucks disposable cups in the conference room while your sales manager drones on with the latest numbers and pipeline update. You check your email, check the news, and check your watch – can we get out already? Why do sales […]
If you’ve spent any time in sales at all, you likely know that there is a right way and a wrong way to run a sales role-play exercise. Role-plays and are an incredibly powerful sales training tool and are an excellent way for reps to perfect pitches, run in to objections, and practice negotiation tactics […]
Want to hear your sales team groan? Tell them that it’s time to do sales role-plays. It’s the activity that sales professionals love to hate because they always seem to feel awkward and uncomfortable. Role playing is dreaded and awkward because it is a cross between public speaking and acting, the soft skills that people […]
By “everyone,” I mean not all sales managers, directors, or even executives are fit to become sales coaches. There are plenty of reasons why this may be the case, but you might find yourself in a position where you’re wondering if you should become the resident sales coach in your organization. What are some vital […]
Dashboards and analytics give sales managers, sales coaches, and marketers a great deal of insight into the performance of reps, but sometimes there’s really no substitute for actually listening to phone calls. Call recordings allow managers to listen on their own schedule, instead of wasting time randomly listening to live calls with the hope of […]